"Carmageddon" -- when the 405 was closed for a weekend through the Sepulveda Pass -- turned into a breeze, because Metro warned motorists for weeks in advance. But Metro waited until Friday to publicly announce lane reductions that started today, so commuters and residents had no opportunity to plan alternative routes or allow more time to get to their destinations. We hear from Metro and some angry drivers. Also, the President cashes in again on California's political ATM. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, can the leaders of Europe save the Euro? Why should they want to?
Banner image: Construction workers shut down the Sepulveda Boulevard on-ramp to the Interstate 405. Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images